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That was hilarious!! ;D
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I didn't think I'd get sentimental watching Atlantis fly away from the ISS for the final time, but I am.

I hope everyone here can join me in raising a virtual glass to a great Orbiter.
Thanks for helping to build the ISS, Atlantis!

yes, very well said
I can't even imagine what the final two flights will be like, especially Discovery's.

I don't even want to think about it to be honest
Remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our rights & freedoms, and for those injured, visible or otherwise, in that fight.

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Wow MCC took that very well for potentially loosing 138 images!

If they just did a regular delete of the images you can recover them in 99% of the cases as long as you don't put anything new on the card (taking new photos). So MCC don't really have any reason to be worried.
« Last Edit: 05/23/2010 06:03 pm by arkaska »

Online Chris Bergin

MSB starting shortly..

Online Chris Bergin

Brian Lunney representing MOD.

All P6 batteries are operating well. Outlining the large amount of upmass and downmass.

Beautiful flyaround. Attached a flashlight to illuminate a docking light.

Late Inspections tomorrow, and FD12 EOM-1 for checkouts. Hopefully a successful landing at KSC on Wednesday, weather permitting.

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On the O2 transfer from Robert.

Brian, all the O2 was transfered. 30 lbs pushed into the atmosphere.

On the call about the deleted images.

Brian, was the camera card placed into the laptop. Mistake on the ground deleted (or they told the crew it was ok to delete) part of the ISS external survey during flyaround. Other cards with photos of the survey are ok. Hope to recover them.

On weather for KSC from Bill.

Brian, not looked closely at the weather, it's Florida.

Tariq on late inspections.

Brian, looked at all the data from FD2 and FD3 some wasn't optimum (the shading). Will have a full resolution on Late Inspections. Fully expect things to look good.

And that's over already.
« Last Edit: 05/23/2010 07:12 pm by Chris Bergin »

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Crew heading into pre-sleep.

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Last view of the primary payload delivered, MRM-1

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[...] On the call about the deleted images.

Brian, was the camera card placed into the laptop. Mistake on the ground deleted (or they told the crew it was ok to delete) part of the ISS external survey during flyaround. Other cards with photos of the survey are ok. Hope to recover them.
[...]

I don't know what kind of cards they are using but I have almost totally recovered photos deleted from an SD card through a format command issued from the camera.
"Paper planes do fly much better than paper spacecrafts."

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I don't know what kind of cards they are using but I have almost totally recovered photos deleted from an SD card through a format command issued from the camera.

They are using CF cards so it's the same deal with them. There are special software for recovery of deleted data.
« Last Edit: 05/23/2010 08:58 pm by arkaska »

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From ISS Daily Report for 23/05/2010:

ISS and Atlantis are flying in separate orbits again following undocking earlier today.

Crew activities before and during undocking included:
. FE-2 Caldwell-Dyson & FE-5 Noguchi reviewing DCB (Double Cold Bag)
  sample packing & transfer procedures, then transferring the remaining
  bio samples to the Shuttle.
. Timothy & Ken Ham terminating O2 (oxygen) pump-over to the ISS and
  tearing down the O2 transfer equipment [Total O2 transferred: 63 lbs,
  with 47 lbs going to the HGPT (High Pressure Gas Tank) mounted
  outside the A/L, the remainder going to A/L campout prebreathing.
  Total N2 (nitrogen) transferred: 19 lbs].

After the undocking:
. TJ & Tracy depressed PMA-2 and conducted the subsequent leak
  check (by periodically monitoring pressure readings) at the
  MPEV (Manual Pressure Equalization Valve).
. Soichi Noguchi removed the THC (Temperature & Humidity Control)
  IMV (Inter Module Ventilation) air duct in Node 2.

TJ configured the PDGF retrieved from Atlantis’s PLB during EVA-3 for final stowage in the A/L CL (Crew Lock).

After Shuttle departure, Oleg Kotov & Sasha Skvortsov had another 2 hours set aside for transferring cargo from MRM-1, keeping a running account of the moves in the IMS (Inventory Management System).
« Last Edit: 05/23/2010 10:07 pm by Space Pete »
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A beautiful "Soichi Shot" - Atlantis & MRM-1!!! :D
http://twitpic.com/1qhnvw/full
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A beautiful "Soichi Shot" - Atlantis & MRM-1!!! :D
http://twitpic.com/1qhnvw/full

Is he ever a great photographer!
Thanks for the link
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